A critical review of mathematical models and data used in diabetology

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The literature dealing with mathematical modelling for diabetes is abundant. During the last decades, a variety of models have been devoted to different aspects of diabetes, including glucose and insulin dynamics, management and complications prevention, cost and cost-effectiveness of strategies and epidemiology of diabetes in general. Several reviews are published regularly on mathematical models used for specific aspects of diabetes. In the present paper we propose a global overview of mathematical models dealing with many aspects of diabetes and using various tools. The review includes, side by side, models which are simple and/or comprehensive; deterministic and/or stochastic; continuous and/or discrete; using ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, optimal control theory, integral equations, matrix analysis and computer algorithms.

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@article{Boutayeb2006ACR, title={A critical review of mathematical models and data used in diabetology}, author={Abdesslam Boutayeb and Abdelaziz Chetouani}, journal={BioMedical Engineering OnLine}, year={2006}, volume={5}, pages={43 - 43} }